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Becca's Good Spinach Lasagna Recipe

9
2 boxes
2 large
3 cups
3/4 teaspoons
1/4 teaspoon
1 clove
1 cup
16 ounces
lasagna noodles
spinach, thawed
eggs
cottage cheese
salt
pepper
garlic, minced
parmesan cheese, grated
Italian cheese blend, shredded
nonstick pan spray

Oven Temp: 350º
Recipe Cooking Time: 45 minutes
Pan Type: baking dish


Spinach Lasagna Directions

Spray pan with nonstick pan spray.

Cook lasagna pasta according to package directions.
Drain the cooked lasagna noodles.
Place thawed spinach into a colander to drain.
Use paper towels to squeeze all the water out of spinach.
In a large mixing bowl, beat the eggs until fluffy.
Add the cottage cheese, salt, pepper and garlic.
Mix well.
Place a layer of lasagna noodles in the bottom of the pan.
Top with a layer of cottage cheese mixture, spinach, Italian cheese and parmesan cheese.
Repeat layers.
Bake spinach lasagna for the allotted time.
Let lasagna set 10 minutes before cutting.
Serve spinach lasagna with your favorite bread and drink.

Recipe Serves: 8 – 12


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